How to Claim a EuroMillions Prize
The way in which you claim a EuroMillions prize depends on the amount won and whether the entry was purchased online or in-store. This guide sets out the options available for winners.
The deadline for claiming any EuroMillions prize in the UK is 180 days after the draw has taken place.
- Prizes up to £500 – Any prize of this value will be paid automatically into your online account shortly after the draw has taken place.
- Prizes between £500.01 and £30,000 – You will receive a notification that you have won a prize. You must then respond to this message and confirm that you want the prize paid to the debit card registered to your account.
- Prizes between £30,000.01 and £50,000 – You need to contact the National Lottery on 0333 234 44 33 so that your claim can be verified. You will then be paid by cheque.
- Prizes over £50,000 – The largest EuroMillions prizes must be claimed in person. Call the National Lottery on 0333 234 44 33 to start the claims process.
- Direct Debit – If you play by Direct Debit, prizes up to and including £50,000 will be paid straight into the bank or building society linked to your Direct Debit. You still need to contact the National Lottery on 0333 234 44 33 for prizes over £50,000.
From a Retailer
- Prizes up to £100 – Visit any authorised National Lottery retailer to claim a EuroMillions prize of up to £100.
- Prizes between £100.01 and £500 – You can claim prizes up to £500 from some retailers, or from designated post offices. Alternatively, you can submit a claim by post (details below).
- Prizes between 500.01 and £50,000 – Claim your prize at a designated post office, one of the National Lottery’s regional centres in Liverpool or Watford, or by post. If submitting a claim by post, you must send your winning ticket and a completed claim form (for prizes over £5,000) to the following address:
The National Lottery
PO Box 287
- Prizes over £50,000 – You must claim prizes over £50,000 in person, so you need to contact the National Lottery on 0333 234 50 50 to start the claims process.
Purchased a ticket from another country?
You must claim any EuroMillions prize you win in the same country where you purchased your ticket. If you bought your ticket somewhere other than the UK, you can select the relevant country from the options in the top-right of the screen to see instructions on how to claim.
If you play online from another country using a lottery betting website or lottery concierge service, prizes will be paid directly into your online account. Check with the relevant site for full terms and conditions.